“The Art of Adapting” in the Kadriorg Art Museum

Collage of works: Johann Elias Ridinger. "Two Deers" (1768) and "Deer" (c. 1740). Art Museum of Estonia; Elo-Reet Järv. "Green slot". 1989. Estonian Artists' Associacion
Kadrioru kunstimuuseum, Weizenbergi 37

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“The Art of Adapting” opening on Thursday, 14 September at 6.30 pm

Artists: Sophie Durand, Elo-Reet Järv, Sandra Kosorotova, Kärt Ojavee, Uku Sepsivart, Denisa Štefanigová, Paco Ulman, Kristina Õllek

At the opening, at 7.30 pm, Johhan Rosenberg will present his site-specific performance “Adapting to 360°”. Rosenberg’s sculptural performance is rooted in the core of a myth. Before the audience’s eyes, the legends of Ovid’s Metamorphoses from the Kadriorg Palace ceiling painting will come to life.

The exhibition observes the approaches of contemporary artists to nature appreciation and the de-aestheticising of nature, rooted in ecological aesthetics and ecofeminism. The exhibition displays works by critical contemporary artists and works from the collections of the Art Museum of Estonia. 

Curators: Madli Ehasalu, Triin Metsla
Exhibition designer: Siim Karro 
Graphic designer: Tuuli Aule
Coordinators: Kerttu Männiste, Aleksandra Murre, Laura Tahk
Educational programmes: Ilona Kroon, Eneli Raal, Berta Vahtra

The exhibition will remain open until 3 March 2024. 

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Posted by Andres Lõo

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